Susan morales's Writings
Last winter I looked for the house where I lived as a teen-ager. I wanted it to smile at me, tell me the worst was over. But on Penrod Ave., the brick building that had been home to our nine-member family, stuck out like a stalk of thistle in a row of lilies. English Ivy covered the two-story bungalow. The only place leaves were absent was on the snow-...
Huffington Post, July 11, 2011
You've mapped out the pros and cons, assigned values and weight to each factor; yet you still can't decide. Neither choice feels like the right one. You know the decision may not be perfect, but you want it to feel right. When we make a choice, especially a difficult one, there is a loss, no matter which decision we make. Grieving is painful and some of us...
A recently retired psychotherapist, my first novel, A Barroom View of Love, was published this fall. I also write poetry and love attending readings in Ann Arbor. Each week I blog on meditation for annarbor.com I also offer meditation retreats, workshops and...